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Hypnosis and Yoga for Pregnancy and Birth by Liana Voia Posted Mon 14 Sep 2009 11:17am Hypnosis and Yoga are now well-known modalities used with pregnant women who wish to prepare for a comfortable labor and birth. Hypnosis is a therapeutic modality that received many names throughout the centuries and it has been used in many cultures. It has been used as a natural anesthetic for childbirth before the new medical models offerin ... Read on »
Hypnosis and Yoga for Pregnancy and Birth (excerpt) by Liana Voia Posted Mon 14 Sep 2009 8:19am Hypnosis and Yoga are now well-known modalities used with pregnant women who wish to prepare for a comfortable labor and birth. Hypnosis is a therapeutic modality that received many names throughout the centuries and it has been used in many cultures. It has been used as a natural anesthetic for childbirth before the new medical models offerin ... Read on »
Another Growing Epidemic: Newborns Addicted to Painkillers by crossroads Patient Expert Posted Tue 15 Nov 2011 2:42pm USA Today is reporting that the number of babies born addicted to prescription drug painkillers is on the rise. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has classified America’s fast-growing problem of prescription drug abuse an epidemic. This problem is also affecting our newborn babies, as women abuse powerful narcotics, such ... Read on »
Study Links Painkillers to Reproductive Disorders by Medline Plus Posted Mon 08 Nov 2010 1:55pm Monday, November 8, 2010    By Kate Kelland LONDON (Reuters) - Use of mild painkillers such as paracetamol, aspirin and ibuprofen during pregnancy may partly account for a sharp increase in male reproductive disorders in recent decades, according to a study publish ... Read on »
EXERCISE, ACUPUNCTURE HELP WOMEN... by Rev. Dr. Richard B. Patient ExpertComplimentary & Alternative Medicine Posted Fri 12 Sep 2008 1:07pm EXERCISE, ACUPUNCTURE HELP WOMEN REDUCE PREGNANCY PAIN Stretching exercises and acupuncture can help relieve back and pelvic pain that often occur during pregnancy. A Cochrane review looked at eight studies that examined the effect of adding pregnancy-specific strengthening exercises, acupuncture and other pain-relief interventions to regula ... Read on »
A drink a day for pregnant ... by John R. Posted Wed 20 Jun 2012 4:32am A drink a day for pregnant women 'will NOT harm unborn baby's development' Drinking alcohol while trying to conceive or in early pregnancy – even the occasional binge – will not harm the baby’s development, research has claimed.  It also shows moderate drinking, around one a day, does not affect the child’s IQ and other brain functions. ... Read on »
Opioids in Early Pregnancy Doubles Risk of Birth Defects, Says Study by MedNews Patient Expert Posted Wed 02 Mar 2011 5:11pm Babies born to women who take opioid pain killers such as codeine, oxycodone or hydrocodone just before or in early pregnancy are at increased but modest risk of birth defects, according to a study conducted by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The study, published in the American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology, foun ... Read on »
Painkillers in pregnancy may i ... by John R. Posted Mon 08 Nov 2010 11:34pm Painkillers in pregnancy may increase risk of children's reproductive problems (?) The usual rubbishy attack on anything popular: 1). Women who take a lot of painkillers are obviously less healthy so they are more likely to have less healthy children in various ways. So if there is anything real in the results reported, the prior healt ... Read on »
Buprenorphine Treatment in Pregnancy: Less Distress to Babies by Medline Plus Posted Thu 09 Dec 2010 5:58pm Babies born to women addicted to opioids fare better when their mothers are treated with either the addiction medication buprenorphine or methadone than babies whose mothers are not treated at all. In this comparative effectiveness trial, buprenorphine was found to be superior to m ... Read on »
Health Headlines - December 24 by Meredy Registered NurseHealth Maven Posted Thu 23 Oct 2008 2:25pm Alcohol May Boost HIV Risk from Oral Sex Lab experiments show that cells that line the mouth become more susceptible to infection with HIV when they're exposed to alcohol. FDA Urges Limited Use of Pfizer's Celebrex, Bextra U.S. health officials on Thursday called on doctors to limit prescribing Pfizer Inc. painkillers Celebrex and Bex ... Read on »